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Coahoma County was among the first of the counties in Mississippi to provide agricultural high schools for 
Negroes. In 1924, County Superintendent P. F. Williams proposed the organization of a school system which would 
include a number of elementary and junior high schools and one central agricultural high school. Upon adoption of 
the proposal by the Board of Supervisors in that year, Coahoma County Agricultural High School was established. 

Mr. M. L. Strange served as the first superintendent of Coahoma County Agricultural High School during the 
1924-25 term. In the years which followed, four other men have headed the institution: Mr. J. H. Moseley, four years, 
Mr. J. W. Addison and Mr. J. B. Wright, eight years each, and Mr. B. F. McLaurin, 21 years. 

The efforts to establish a junior college to serve basically a non-white clientele were enhanced by the all-around 
support of Mr. L. L. Bryson, who was superintendent of Coahoma County Schools during the formative years of the 
junior college. 

Mr. B. F. McLaurin headed the Coahoma County Agricultural High School from 1945 until 1948. When the junior 
college program was added in 1949, he served as president of the newly founded junior college and as the 
superintendent of the high school until 1966. After the junior college was added, the name of the institution was 
changed to Coahoma Junior College and Agricultural High School. 

The first three years of the college program were conducted by one full-time director-teacher, Mrs. Zee A. Barron, 
and a sufficient number of part-time teachers from the high school division. Three years later, a full-time Dean, Miss 
M. G. Whiteside, and the second full-time teacher, Mr. Frank Gambrell were employed. 

Mr. J. E. Miller headed the institution from 1966 to 1979, and Miss Whiteside served as Dean until 1973. 

Presently, Coahoma Junior College and Agricultural High School is under the leadership of President Dr. M. C. 
Martin, who deems it an honor to have the opportunity to follow the foot steps of such capable leaders as Mr. Moseby, 
Mr. Addison, Mr. Wright, Mr. McLaurin, Mr. Miller, Mrs. Barron, and Dean Whiteside. Aiding Dr. Martin in his 
leadership are three vice presidents — Dr. Vivian Presley, Mr. Charles Reid, and Mr. George Moore. Several deans 
head different departments 

During its first year of operation Coahoma Junior College was supported entirely by county funds. The next year 
Coahoma Junior College became the first educational institution for Negroes to be included in the Mississippi 
System of Public Junior Colleges, and Legislature for the support of public junior colleges. Counties other than 
Coahoma that now support the college are Bolivar, Quitman, and Sunflower. 

Since 1965, the institution has been open to all students without regard to race, color, or national origin. 

Past achievements will always be a part of us; however, we must look beyond our present to the future. 

The 20th century has been one of marvelous and awesome accomplishment. However wondrous the achievements 
thus far, our challenge is to look to the future and the possibilities it may hold — not only for the balance of this 
century but also for the 21 st century that is just a short distance down the road. 

"Moving into the 21st century" makes a catchy phrase. But will you be prepared for ti 

Catchy phrases mean little without dynamic, progressive action to back them up. The first airplane, in the early 
days of this century. 

Education can pave the way for you to take your place in the world of tomorrow and to be a part of the progress that 
is coming faster and faster. Whether our students go on to further university work, or whether they choose to take 
advantage of our many career training opportunities, their time at CJC, if spent wisely, can serve as a gateway to new 
knowledge and broader horizons. 

Those who only sit and wait for the future may find, to their sorrow, that it has passed them by. Those who take the 
initiative and prepare themselves to go out and greet the future will be better positioned to meet its challenges and to 
take advantage of its opportunities. 

The record shows that Coahoma Junior College and Agricultural High School students excel in all components of 
the school's program and in all walks of life-athletics, science, law, medicine, education, military, etc. 



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Public Relations 






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Robbie Roland and Ruben Bledsoe 
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Fernado Gordon and Stephanie Davis 
Drafting and Designing 



Carolyn Goodman and Dwayne Akon 
Sophomore Class 




Pearl Featherstone and Terry Neal 
Science and Mathematics Symposium 



Kathy Eubanks and Nathaniel Kuhling 
Freshman Class 



Sylvia Marsalis and Lamar Ferrell 
Cheerleaders 



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Mr. S.T. Bailey, Principal 
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"Consider that I laboured not for myself only, but for all them that seek 
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Sadondria Ellis 

Chelcia Flowers 

Omria Flowers 

Antwyunette Hant 

Tiffany Harrel 

Katrina Harris 

Laura Johnson 

Willie Robinson 

Golda Sharp 
Bridney Skipper 

Kayla Smith 

DeAngelo Taylor 

Kelvin Taylor 

LaShundra Thomas 

Takeya Wagner 

Danielle Walker 

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CCC Tiny Tigers 



Our World . . . Our Future 



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Akon, Duane 
Anderson, Anthony 
Anderson. Belly 
Anderson. Evengerl 
Anderson. Manic 
Austin. Denis 
Austin. Thaddeus 
Avery, Omar 
Bady. Juckquline 
Baker. Christine 
Baker. Rose 
Banks, Josephine 
Banks. Sammy 
Banyon. Gloria 
Barnett. Cynthia 
Barnett. Thelma 
Bates. Melissa 
Batson. John C. 
Beck worth. Michael 
Bell, Cassandra 
Bell. Preston 
Be/ton. Juanita 
Benson. Aquander 
Billups. Clara 
Black. Martha 
Blake. Lillie 
Blackson. Moses 
Blue. Reba 
Booker. Michael 
Boone. Alice 
Booth. Damita 
Booth. Or a 
Boyd. Tywonda 
Brewer. Patricia 
Brooks, Mary 
Brooks. Terrence 
Brown. Cisroe 
Brown. Helen 
Brown. Linda 
Brown. Marietta 
Brown, Trindina 
Brown. Virginia 
Bryant, Lisa 
Burnett. Lavorn 
Burrell. Timothy 
Bush, Audrey 
Bush, Erma 
Bussey, Willie 
Butler, Lawanda 
Calbert, Michael 
Caldwell. Betty 
Cannon, Audra 
Cardine, Cynthia 
Carpenter, Stewart 
Carr, Tracy 
Carroll, Mary 
Carter, Amanda 
Carter, Mary L. 
Carter, Sharon 
Chambers, Varrie 
Chatman, Norma 
Clark. Nathaniel 
Clark. Ricky 
Clark. Tara 
Clerk, Ronald 
Clinton. Cathy 
Clinton. Sylvia 
Coleman. Leanna 
Collins. Darnel 
Collins. Tammy 
Collins. Tony 
Conner. Reginald 
Conrad. Mary 
Council. Cleen 
Craig, Rosie 
Crawford, Hope 
Crockett, Debra 
Crockett, Legirtha 
Currie. Marco 
Daniel. Karl 
Dates. Loretta 
Davis. Callie 
Davis. Elisa 
Davis, Hattie 
Davis. Jackqueline 
Davis. Julia 
Davis, Julie 
Davis, LaShawn 
Davis, Marlene 
Davis, Mildrew 
Davis. Rosie 
Davis, Sandra 
Davis. Tabitha 
Dawson, Quito 
Dear. Leon 
Delaney; Debora 
Deshazer. Bertha 
Dillard, Helen 
Dixon. Christopher 
Dixon. Debra Ann 
Dixon. Evelyn 
Dixon, Mark 
Dogan. Michael 
Doe. Maggie 
Dotson. Arnelta 
Drummer. Alasie 
Dukes. Elzie George 
Duncan. Waller 
Emery. Fredrick 
Evans. Phyllis 
Harrell. Juanita 
Harris. Aretha 
Harris, JoAnn 
Harris, John 
Harris, Linda 
Harris, Loria 
Harris. Rosemary 
Halcheit. Anthony 
Hawkins. Francine 
Hayon. Angelean 
Hemphill. Fredrick 
Henderson. Delois 
Hent:. Jeanette 
Herring. Levi 



Herring. Sherley 
Hicks. Melanie 
Hicks. Pamela 
Hill. Grade 
Hill. Joyce 
Hill. Kimberly 
Hill. Yolanda 
Hodges. Sharon 
Hollins. Panly 
Holly. Beulah 
Holmes. Thelma 
Howard, Melila 
Howard. Willie 
Hunter. Lizzie 
Hunter. Stephanie 
Hutton. Fletcher 
Jackson. Felicia 
Jackson. Jacqueline B 
Jackson. Jacqueline D 
Jackson. Shelia 
Jamison. Olivia 
Jefferson. Maggie 
Johnson. Annie 
Johnson. Debra 
Johnson. Felicia 
Johnson. Gary 
Johnson. Glarretter 
Johnson. Helen 
Johnson. Leaubrey 
Johnson. Roderick 
Johnson. Shaunda 
Johnson. Shelia 
Johnson. Twanda 
Johnson, Tom 
Johnson. Tonya 
Jones, Charles 
Jones. Dora 
Jones. Martin 
Jones, Shirlean 
Kahee. Sharon 
Kelly. James 
Kelly. Darrick 
Kelly. Marrick 
Kemp, Deborah 
Lanton, Colette 
Lee. Juanita 
Lenard HI. Anderson 
Lester, Dorothy 
Lewis, Pernita 
Lewis, Veronica 
Lindsey Mamie 
Liner, Cornelia 
Lott, Sally 
Lucas, Florence 
Lyons, Jessie 
Marsalis, Sylvia 
Mason, Nanette 
Mason. Shirley 
Maxie. Shirley 
McCorker. Arthur 
Mc Daniel. Greogrv 
McNeil. Shelinda 
McPherson. Barbara 
Miller. Adrian 
Miller. Angeline 
Miller. Brenda 
Miller. Earnesline 
Miller, Monica 
Miller. Nila 
Miller. Veronica 
Mims. Essie 
Mitchell. Norloria 
Moore. Alfred 
Moore, Anthony 
Moore. Carrie 
Moore. Jackie 
Moore. Juanita 
Moore, Tonia 
Moore, Warrene 
Moreland. Jessie 
Murry, Aubrey 
Myles, Shirley 
Nabors. Patsy 
Neese. Gwendolyn 
Newell, Annie 
Newsome. Randall 
Noah. Keith 
Nolan. Pamela 
Parker. Lora 
Payne. Shalanda 
Payne. Simuel 
Payne. Willie 
Peace. Franshela 
Peacock. David 
Petty. Jerome 
Phillips. Elanda 
Piltman. Josie Mae 
Pitts. Albert 
Pleasant, Jocelyn 
Pollard. Emma 
Powe, Calandra 
Powe. Veronika 
Prater. Joyce 
Presley. Michael Ray 
Price. Eric 
Price. Johnnie 
Pravor. Marilyn 
Pryor. Priscilla 
Ragland, Davelvnn 
Raiford. Cheryl 
Raxton. Debra 
Reeder. Tracy 
Reeves. William 
Ringo. Mary 
Roberson. J C 
Robinson. Dorothy 
Robinson, Georgia 
Robinson. Linda 
Robinson. Margo 
Roby. Marvin 
Rodgers. Catherine 
Rogers. Theodore 
Rollins, Zandra 
Ross. Glenda 



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Saddler. Wanda 
Sander s. Beierh 
Scon. Brenda 
Scott, Doris 
SeW/, Melvern 
Scott. Rukey 
Si on Vinarn 
Shan. Richard 
Silket. FrancU 
Simpson. Morrn 
Simpson. Nadine 
Sims. Ollie 
Skinner. Jacqueline 
Slaughter. Maine 
Slaughter. Miller 
Small. Marilyn 
Smart. Tracy 
Smith, Alice 
Smith. Annie 
Smith. Car lion 
Smith. Cordelia 
Smith. Hattie 
Smith. Mark 
Smith. Parrish 
Smith. Tabiiha 
Smith. Wanda 
Snerling. Norman 
Spencer, Marneen 
Spencer. Michael 
Stacker. Timothy 
Starling. Yulanda 
Stolen. Virginia 
Stephens. Demetria 
Stephney. Tanya 
Stevenson. Michael 
Steward, Clifton 
Stewart. Lottie 
Strong. Annette 
Stuns. Erma 
Sykes. Tammy 
Sykes. Thelma 
Taylor. Evelyn 
Taylor, Mildred 
Tellis. Jeffery 
Tellis. Lateef 
Thigpen. Maggie 
Thomas. Dianne 
Thomas. Edna 
Thomas. Joyce 
Thomas. Kim 
Thompson. Arthur 
Thompson. Rosie 
Thompson. Shirley 
Tillman. Martha 
Tinnel. Debra 
Toliver. Tommie 
Tompkins. James 
Trotter. Charlotte 
Turner. Frances 
Tyler II. Louis 
VpShaw. Lisa 
Vaughn. Ronnie 
Vortice, Queenie 
Wade. Helen 
Wade. Katrina 
Wade. Shirley 
Walker. Ella 
Walker. Lillie 
Wallace. Stacy- 
Ware. Lisa 

Washington. Stevenson 
Watkins. Robert 
Watson. Earlene 
Watts. Debra 
Weaihersby. Earl 
Weeks. Margaret 
Weeks. Victoria 
Wells. John 
Wesley. Donald 
White. Mary 
While. Troy 
Whitehead. Olivia 
Wiley. Larry 
Williams. Audrey 
Williams. Bridgette 
Williams. Helen 
Williams. James 
Williams. Ledora 
Williams. Lucrelia 
Williams. Patricia 
Williams. Rosie 
Williams. Sheleen 
Williams. Shirley 
Williams. Wanda 
HI I Hams. }\onne 
Williams. Sherman 
Willis. Alfonzo 
Wilson. Debra 
Wilson. Ericka 
Wilson. Julia 
Wilson. Lawerence 
Wilson. Steven 
Windham. Michael 
Win lord. Marie 
Winters. Shelia 
Winters. Tetra 
Womack. Josephine 
WiHHlard. Danny 
Word. Natasha 
Young. Angelo 
Young. Annette 
Young. Teresa 



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Coahoma Agricultural High School is a beautiful scenic campus on the site 
of a junior college. Life for the students is a busy one. Their days are spent 
involved mostly with a most important activity — academics. Other hours are 
spent cheering, playing basketball, football, and baseball; marching in the 
band, clubs and organizations, and other extracurricular activities. One 
favorite activity which is without a doubt the most entertaining is the 
"Womanless Wedding." It inspires young men to mimic their preconceived 
ideas of how they see the female. 

Coahoma Agricultural High School was established in 1924 for the purpose 
of training black youths in basic education, farm employment, domestic 
employment, and home making. Dormitory facilities were provided to accom- 
modate students from across the state. 

With a small faculty of less than fifteen, some of whom did not have a 
college degree, the faculty grew to more than forty — all having a college 
degree; more than half with masters; one with a specialist degree. The 
curriculum expanded from basic subject matter to a multi-discipline pro- 
gram. 

There has been a continuous growth from 1924 to the present faculty, 
curriculum development, facilities, student activities, financial support, li- 
brary facilities, student services, and teaching supplies and equipment. 

Historically, life at Aggie has been one to boast about. Let's journey 
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Our World . . . Leadership 





AHS Principal and Family 
S. T., SR., Mary, S. T., Jr., Eric, Tonya, Marcus 



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Salutatorian — Cathy Burnett 
Valedictorian — Shirley Artis 



Superintendent Addresses 
Graduation Class. 




Our Speaker, Dr. Haywood Strickland 



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Our World . . . Students, Sheriff, Administrators 





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OFFICERS 

The officers of the Council shall be a president, vice president, secretary, assistant secretary, treasurer, sergeant-at-arms, parliamentarian, 
corresponding secretary and chaplain. 
Eligibility of Officers 

Any designated representative of a chapter shall be eligible for office. 
Term of Office 

The term of office shall be one year. The office of president shall rotate among the members. When vacancies occur, the council shall fill it 
at the next regular meeting of the council. 
Elections 

Voting for officers to be elected shall be by secret ballot. 
Meetings 

The council shall meet once a month, special meetings shall be called by the president when needed. 
Quorum 

A simple majority of the membership shall constitute a quorum. Elections shall be held annually. 



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The term Tri-Hi-Y is used in referring to any of the following YMCA sponsored clubs for young people of high school age. Hi-Y are boys' clubs, Tri-Hi-Y 
clubs are girls ' clubs and co-ed Hi-Y include both boys and girls. Clubs are usually sponsored by the YMCA nearest the members' homes or the state YMCA. 
All clubs have an adult advisor. The Tri-Hi-Y is international in scope, Christian in emphasis, interdenominational in character and democratic in practice. 
The Tri-Hi-Y club uses as many key people as possible. A club of thirty members or more should have the following elected officers. 

1. President, presides over the meetings 

2. Vice President, handles all programs 

3. Secretary, keeps minutes of meetings 

4. Treasurer, keeps up with all finances 

5. Project chairman, handles all service and fund-raising campaigns 

6. Chaplain, handles devotion and all religious areas of the club 

7. Sergeant-at-Arms — maintains order in meetings 

8. Social chairman, handles all recreational and social events of the club 

9. Reporter, keeps a record of all activities of the club 
The membership fee in the Mississippi, Regional and National Fellowship is $5.00 per member per school year. Local dues are set by each individual club. 








The term Hi-Y is used in referring to any of the following YMCA sponsored clubs for young people of high school age. Hi-Y are boys' clubs, Tri-Hi-Y clubs 
are girls' clubs and co-ed Hi-Y include both boys and girls. Clubs are usually sponsored by the YMCA nearest the members ' homes ' or the state YMCA All 
clubs have an adult advisor. The Hi-Y is international in scope, Christian in emphasis, interdenominational in character and democratic in practice. The Hi-)' 
club uses as many key people as possible. A club of thirty members or more should have the following elected officers. 

1. President, presides over the meetings 

2. Vice President, handles all programs 

3. Secretary, keeps minutes of meetings 

4. Treasurer, keeps up with all finances 

5. Project chairman, handles all service and fund-raising campaigns 

6. Chaplain, handles devotion and all religious areas of the club 

7. Sergeant-at-Arms — maintains order in meetings 

8. Social chairman, handles all recreational and social events of the club 

9. Reporter, keeps a record of all activities of the club 

The membership fee in the Mississippi, Regional and National Fellowship is $5.00 per member per school year. Local dues are set by each individual club. 



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The purpose of the FBLA is to develop competent, aggressive business leadership; to strengthen the confidence of students in themselves 
and their work; to create more interest in and understanding of American business enterprise; and to encourage members in the development 
of individual projects which contribute to the improvement of homes, businesses, and community. 



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The objective of the organization shall be to help individuals improve personal family and community living through organized programs 
as part of the home economics education program in the school. 

Students enrolled in home economic classes or previously enrolled shall be eligible to make motions, and to vote. 

The local chapter shall have the following officers: president, vice president, second vice president, secretary, assistant secretary, treasurer, 
business manager, parliamentarian, historian, sergeant-at-arms, chaplain, song leader(s) and reporter. 












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1990-1991 Football 
74 Marshall Baber, Sophomore, LB 
64 Eric Bailey. Junior, G/LB 

60 Fernando Bee, Junior, G 

81 Pedro Bee, Junior, R/PT/CB 
5 Lanail, Junior, R/ Safety 

40 Demetrun Burnette, Sophomore, FB/LB 

1 Cris Butler, Senior, QB/CB 
15 Leroy Clark, Freshman, REC/CB 

2 Timothy Clark, Freshman, REC/CB 
80 Ridney Cohen, Sophomore, REC 
52 Leardis Griffin, Sophomore, C/BE 
25 Gerald Hart, Sophomore, TB/CB 
30 Omega Hart, Senior, TB/LB 
10 Jerry Haynes, Sophomore, TB/CB 
14 Terrence, Freshman, WR/DC 

8 Adrial Holmes, Sophomore, WR 

70 Clarence Hornburger, Freshman, T/T 
23 Andra Jackson, Junior, TB/Safety 
12 Nolan Jackson, Senior, QB/LB 

82 Melxin Jenkins, Freshman QB/LB 
76 Tyrus Jones, Junior, G/CB 

61 Frederick Lang, Junior, G/CB 

71 Jerone Lockett, Senior, G 

62 Leon Lofton, Junior, G 
84 Calvin Moore, Sophomore, REC/CB 





51 Elbert Rucker, Senior, OG/DG 
35 Ryrone Rucker, Senior, CB/SLOT 

41 Martin Strong, Senior, FB/LB 

21 Cedric Tenner, Freshman, RE 
20 Depree Tribble, Freshman, FB/CB 

42 Freddrick Walker, Sophomore, FB/CB 
73 Calvin Suggs, Sophomore, T/C 

22 Charles Washington, Senior, FB/LB 
32 Christopher Washington, Sophomore, FB/LB 
55 Timothy Williams, Senior T 

Head Coach — Maurice Campell 
1990-1991 Girls' Basketball 
2 Angela Ranson, Freshman, Guard 
4 Danielle Nolan, Freshman, Guard 
10 Lutricia Green, Sophomore, Forward 
13 Lenora Swinney, Senior, Guard 
15 Pamela Skipper, Junior, Guard 
20 Stephanie Brown, Sophomore, Forward 
22 Charlette Artis, Senior, Forward 

24 Latonia Gardner, Sophomore, Guard 

25 Lawand West, Senior, Center 
32 Tomeka Cockingham, Freshman, Forward 
34 Rotonia Gates, Freshman, Forward 
54 Tina Gardner, Junior, Centerr 

Head Coach — Mannie Milton 



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1990 - 1991 Baseball 
Eric Bailey, Junior 
Jerry Haynes, Sophomore 
Rickey Snerling, Junior 
Calvin Moore, Junior 
Pedro Bee, Junior 
Freddie Lang, Junior 
Rodney Cohen, Sophomore 
Chris Bulter, Senior 
Fernando Bee, Junior 
Charles Washington, Senior 
Coaches — Maurice Cam, 
Joseph Griffin 




1990-1991 Boys' Basketball 

5 Rodney Cohen, Sophomore, Guard 

10 Jermaine Handfor, Freshman, Guard 

11 Jimmy Wagner, Junior, Guard 

12 Kelvin Bass, Sophomore, Forward 

14 Vonzell Lang, Sophomore, Guard 

15 Alfonzo Prater, Senior, Forward-Center 
21 Chris Butler, Senior, Guard 

24 Thomas Williams, Senior, Guard 

25 Donell Russell, Freshman, Guard 

33 Pedro Bee, Sophomore, Guard-Center 



35 Virdell Todd, Sophomore, Forward-Guard 
40 Reggie Williams, Sophomore, Guard-Forward 

44 Darrell Abrams, Senior, Forward-Center 

45 Dennis McNeil, Senior, Forward-Center 

50 Fredrick Stevenson, Freshman, Forward-Guard 

Head Coach — Joseph Griffin 

1990-1991 Cheerleaders 
LaShasa Griffin, Sophomore 
LaTrena Haynes, Sophomore 
LaTrecia Hart, Freshman 
Shunda George, Sophomore 






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Mrs. Irma Gambrell 

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Mr. Albert Kemp 
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Mr. John Smith 
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